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Bread of Fools by Duncan McGonall
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May 09, 2012

really liked it

Bread of Fools is the kind of book that takes you to different dimensions - I don't want to give away too much, but on one dimension, the concept of good and evil are somewhat arbitrary. I liked that. I also liked that my favorite characters in this story weren't good or bad...but a little bit of both. Another favorite aspect - the main character, Bruce, is confused and muddled through much of the story, and every time he turns around there is a new surprise or revelation for him to wrestle with. Poor guy.

I won't summarize the plot (I never do in reviews). Suffice it to say, the universe's balance is out of whack - and Bruce finds himself in the middle of trying to put it back. The problem is, Bruce is oblivious to his part in the puzzle. Whoops! He has a couple of helpers on his side...or does he? Ha! Read the book and find out.


Don't make me wait too long for book two, Duncan.
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